First Aid and AEDs

First Aid Attendants

As outlined in the Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety Regulations (Part V), the Saskatchewan Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety requires a first aid attendant(s) to be present in the workplace.

More information can be found here.

First aid training is offered through:

 

First Aid Kits / Boxes

As outlined in the Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety Regulations (Part V), the Saskatchewan Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety requires that appropriate first aid kits are available in all workplaces. First aid kits or boxes must be supplied and stocked by your department for your department's or working group's needs. First aid provisions must be made for university vehicles and university-related fieldwork situations as well.

Consult the First Aid In Saskatchewan Workplaces document to know what you will need in your workplace.

 

AEDs

There are 40+ Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) on campus

Safety Resources visually inspects every campus AED on a monthly basis (battery life; condition of AED; age of pads/replacement parts) and reports inspection results to the AED owner(s). AEDs are owned and maintained by building occupants.

First aid attendants should have AED training.